The Tax Administration’s services will be affected by the coronavirus.
We have closed our offices, but you can reach us via other channels
To help prevent spreading the coronavirus, the Tax Administration has closed the reception centres at all tax offices and the SUA centres until further notice. Nor can you book a future appointment with us.
Anyone who has booked an appointment at a Tax Office or SUA centers has been notified that the appointment has been canceled and asked to contact us in other channels.
If you want to contact us, we’re available via other channels, for example on the phone and via chat.
ID controls and tax deduction cards for foreign workers
We will not offer ID controls at the tax offices for the time being, but we’ve established a new, temporary routine for managing ID controls.
This is what you have to do as an employer
- Log in and complete RF 1355 – Apply for a tax deduction card for a foreign employee.
- In order to complete the ID control at a later time, you must provide the correct address, e-mail and phone number.
ID controls once the ID offices re-open
All who are issued a D number and a tax deduction card without undergoing a physical ID control must go to one of the offices that perform ID controls once the offices has reopened for the public.
The Tax Administration will contact those affected when the reception centres re-open and you can go to the office for an ID control.
Certificates requiring stamps and signatures
Due to the coronavirus situation, our capacity to issue certificates requiring stamps and signatures will be limited: Birth certificates - Recident certificate - Parental responsibility - Marriage certificate
Please only order the certificate if it is strictly necessary. Unfortunately, we cannot provide an estimated delivery time.